List of aircraft (Bf–Bo)

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This is a list of aircraft in alphabetical order beginning with 'Bf' through 'Bo'.

Contents

Bf–Bo[edit]

BFW[edit]

(Bayerische Flugzeugwerke AG)

Bharat[edit]

BIAA[edit]

(Beijing Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics)

Biddy-Buddy[edit]

(Rene Durenleau, Rantoul, IL)

Bidwell[edit]

((William Burgess) Bidwell-(Shirley) Yale Aviation Co, Gardiner Airport, Portland, OR)

Biemond[edit]

(C Biemond)

Biggs[edit]

(Floyd Biggs, OK)

Bille S.A.C.A.N.A.[edit]

Billman[edit]

Bilsam Aviation[edit]

(Poznań, Poland)

Bing[edit]

(George J. Bing)

Biplanes Of Yesteryear[edit]

(Ontario, OR)

Bircham[edit]

Bird[edit]

(Bird Aircraft Co. / (Joe & Harry) Brunner-(William E) Winkle Aircraft Corp, 17 Haverkamp St, Glendale, NY)

Bird[edit]

((W W) Bird Aircraft Co, 1905 Atlantic, San Diego, CA)

Bird[edit]

(Bird Corporation, Palm Springs, CA)

Bird[edit]

(Cory Bird, Mojave, CA)

Birdman[edit]

Birdman[edit]

(Birdman Enterprises)

Bird Wing[edit]

(Bird Wing Commercial Aircraft Co.)

BIS[edit]

(Bylinkin-Iordan-Sikorsky)

Bishop[edit]

Bisnovat[edit]

Bittner[edit]

BJJR[edit]

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(Raymond Bittner, Chicago, IL)

BK Fliers[edit]

(BK Fliers / Bruce King)

Bksut[edit]

Blackburn[edit]

(deForest Blackburn, St Louis, MO)

Blackburn[edit]

Black Diamond[edit]

(Diamond Airplane Co, Black Diamond, CA)

Blackshape[edit]

(Blackshape srl, Monopoli, Italy)

Blackwing Sweden[edit]

(Lund, Sweden)

Blake[edit]

Blanc[edit]

(Maurice Blanc)

Blanchard[edit]

(Société des Avions Blanchard)

Blanchet[edit]

(Jean Blanchet)

Blavier[edit]

(Gérard Blavier)

Blenet[edit]

(Roger Blenet)

Blériot[edit]

Blessing[edit]

(Gerhard Blessing)

Bley[edit]

(Bley Flugzeugbau GmbH, Naumberg)

Blinderman-Mayorov[edit]

(И. А. Блиндерман & В. В. Майоров)

Bloch[edit]

(Avions Marcel Bloch)

Blohm & Voss[edit]

(For World War II projects with no RLM designation see: List of German aircraft projects, 1939-1945: Blohm & Voss)

Paatalo[edit]

(Raimo Paatalo)

Bloudek[edit]

Blue Max Ulralight[edit]

Blue Yonder[edit]

(Blue Yonder Aviation)

Blume[edit]

Blume-Hentzen[edit]

Bob Anderson Sport Aircraft[edit]

Bock[edit]

(John W. Bock, Los Lunas, NM)

Bode[edit]

(John Bode, Augusta, KS)

Bodiansky[edit]

(Michel Bodiansky)

Boeing[edit]

Boeing-Stearman[edit]

Boeing-Vertol[edit]

Boeing Aircraft of Canada[edit]

Boeing School of Aeronautics[edit]

Boeing-Sikorsky[edit]

Bogardus[edit]

(George Bogardus, Troutdale OR, and Eyerly Aircraft Corp, Salem, OR)

Bogut[edit]

(Ed L. Bogut, Havre, MT)

Bohannon[edit]

(Bruce Bohannon)

Bohatyrew[edit]

(Michal Bohatyrew)

Bohemia[edit]

Boillon[edit]

(Jean Boillon)

Boisavia[edit]

(Société Boisavia)

BOK[edit]

(Byuro Osovikh Konstruktskii - experimental aircraft design bureau)

Bokor[edit]

(Maurice Bokor (also seen as Morris Boker), Bronx, NY)

Boland[edit]

((Frank E & Joseph) Boland Aeroplane & Motor Co, Rahway, NJ and Mineola, NY, 1928: Boland Aeroplane Co, Newark, NJ)

Bolkhovitinov[edit]

Bölkow[edit]

Bollinger-Koppen[edit]

(Lynn L Bollinger-Otto C Koppen, MIT, Cambridge, MA)

Bolte[edit]

(Bolte Aircraft Co, Des Moines, IA)

Bolz[edit]

(William H Bolz Jr, Palmyra, NE)

Bombardier[edit]

Bomhoff[edit]

(Bomhoff, Canada County, OK)

Bonbrake[edit]

(L. Dewey Bonbrake, Kansas City, KS)

Boncourt-Audenis-Jacob[edit]

(Monsieur Boncourt, Charles Audenis & Jean Jacob)

Bond[edit]

(John Bond, Cupertino, CA)

Bone[edit]

(R.O. Bone Co., 415 E Industrial Ave, Inglewood, CA)

Bonnel[edit]

(André Bonnel)

Bonnet-Labranche[edit]

(Albert et Emile Bonnet-Labranche)

Bonney[edit]

(Leonard Warden Bonney, Wellington, OH)

Bonomi[edit]

See: Aeronautica Bonomi

Booker[edit]

(Carr E. Booker, Raleigh, NC)

Boom[edit]

(Boom Technology)

Booth[edit]

(H.T. Booth. Freeport, NY)

Bopp[edit]

(Cecil W Bopp, Waterloo, IA)

Borchers[edit]

(Lowell J. Borchers, Mt Vernon, OH)

Bordoni[edit]

Borel[edit]

(see also: SGCIM) (Etablissements Borel / Gabriel borel)

Borgward[edit]

Borodics[edit]

Borovkov-Florov[edit]

Borucki[edit]

(Stefan Borucki)

Borzecki[edit]

(Jozef Borzecki)

Bosch[edit]

Bosshardt[edit]

(Harry Bosshardt, 1850 Sacramento St, San Francisco, CA.

BOT Aircraft[edit]

(Oerlinghausen, Germany)

Botali-du-Riveau[edit]

Botali-Mandelli[edit]

Bottoms[edit]

(Leonard L. Bottoms Jr., Quinton, VA)

Bouchard[edit]

(André Bouchard)

Boudeau[edit]

Bouffort-Lantres[edit]

(Bouffort & Gérard Lantres) (see also:Lantres-Bouffort)

Boulton Paul[edit]

(Boulton & Paul Ltd, Boulton Paul Aircraft)[46][47]

Bounsall[edit]

((Edward & Curtis) Bounsall Aircraft, Mesquite, NV)

Bourdon[edit]

((Allen P) Bourdon Aircraft Corp, E Greenwich, RI, 1930: Merged with Viking Flying Boat Co.)

Bourgois-Sénémaud[edit]

(Paul Bourgois with Sénémaud as engineer and Deckert as test pilot at a workshop in Levallois-Perret)

Bourn[edit]

(Clarence H. Bourn, Dallas, TX)

Bouvet-de Rougé[edit]

(Marcel Bouvet and Charles de Rougé)

Bowers[edit]

(Peter M Bowers, Seattle, WA)

Bowlby[edit]

((Richard "Dick") Bowlby Airplane Company, 1510 N Fairview and 413 S Market St, Wichita, KS)

Bowlus[edit]

Bowman[edit]

(Elmer Bowman, Owatonna, MN)

Bowyer[edit]

(Jack B. Bowyer, Wichita, KS)

Boyd[edit]

(Chester M & W Hunter Boyd, Logan Field, Baltimore, MD)

Boyer[edit]

(Francois Boyer)

Boyd[edit]

(Gary Boyd)


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